This research assesses the riverine hydrokinetic energy resource in the Continental US for the Department of Energy. The team determined the theoretically available energy as well as the technically recoverable energy in river segments throughout the Continental US.
Tom Ravens and collaborators are developing process-based coastal erosion models. In contrast to conventional models, these models account for the thermal and mechanical processes that are important in the Arctic.
The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in 2010 reflects a series of system-wide risk management failures.
With the increased demand for more classrooms and labs, it is requested that a new, larger School of Engineering Building be built to support the ever increasing enrollment.
This Design Study Report (DSR) was prepared in support of the New Seward Highway (NSH) Rabbit Creek to 36th Ave.